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Hi, i have Four FC brocade switches two internal in HP Blade server connected direct with blade servers and two FC brocade switches (DS-300B) connected direct to EMC SAN storage (CX4-120) , so my question now how i can connect four switches to be able to see all blade server HBA (WWN) throuh two...
If you had the choice to pick a blade platform, who would you choose and why?
Hi,. Quick question, how many VM servers can you run these days on a blade server (HP or IBM bladecenters), I guess thius depends on the CPU's and memory on the blade right? Assuming I had 8GB memory and 2 phyiscal CPU's. The blade server would be running virtual Citrix PS4